The New York State Engineering by Design consortium is a collaboration
of Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES, the CTE Technical Assistance Center
of New York and NYSTEEA. For information about joining the consortium please click on the following link:
Training begins this year on June 24, 2013
NYSTEEA petition for all who are interested in the total education of our students.
The STEM acronym has become popular in political, media, and educational circles. The intention of STEM is to be the collaborative study of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. However, the importance of Technology and Engineering education programs are being overlooked. Proposed STEM programs and pathways appear to lack support for Technology and Engineering Education.
Our feeling is: STEM Education without T & E is just more Science and Math. NYSTEEA has submitted a Policy Agenda to the NYS Education Department with recommendations that will put the T & E back into conversations and educational policies.
We are asking for your support in NYSTEEA's goal to preserve the T & E in STEM, to prepare our children for college and career readiness in the global economy. NYSTEEA has created a petition that states our goals and are requesting that you please take the time to review and sign it.
The petition is located at: http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/support-for-nysteea-recommendations-to-prepare-nys/ You may have to forward this to your personal email, since most school districts block web petition sites.
The petition website asks for donations after you sign. It records the signature first, so you can exit out after entering your information on the petition without making a contribution.
If you have any questions, you can contact me or any of our officers through our website www.nysteea.org. A copy of our Policy Agenda can also be found on the website.
On behalf of the students in New York State, thank you for your support. Please forward as you please.
NYSTEEA to offer membership special link from
March 1, 2013 through June 1, 2013.
Recruit 2 new members and get 1 year membership free*
* See attached document for rules, mail only.
For NY State Engineering by design (EbD) Consortium information, please use the following link:
NYSTEEA releases a second/updated version of the NGSS position statement
High School Seniors, it's the late winter/early spring season and the Future Technology Education Teacher Scholarship is something to consider to help with expenses, click the link below: http://nysteea.org/futureteacherscholarship.php
Thank you to Hudson Valley Community College's TEC Smart Center,
the Hyatt Place Hotel, Longfellow's Catering and all who
attended the 50th Annual NYSTEEA Conference in Malta, NY.
Post conference You Tube electric car videos.
Electric Toy Car "quick view" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z98k0jFji4
Toy Electric Car Assembly Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMfCRNhLFzI
Toy Electric Car Assembly Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOossupkYvU
E car armature winding http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpiyhraIOQg
Spring Winder and battery box http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agW_1CBJqoo
If you didn't attend the NYSTEEA Conference in Malta, NY, you missed out on the
opportunity to make and take one of these electric toy cars
Check out this electric car video
More images at the bottom of this page.
2012-13 Policy Agenda
Welcome to NYSTEEA.org, your website for the latest information that our volunteers can put together about technology and engineering education and other related information. Please contact us when you have something of interest or concern. We would love to post your activities or photos. If you have videos, please post them on YouTube or other video sharing sites and send us the link.
NYSTEEA Forms are located at the Log In button
Learning by doing - Fox News video link. This is the mind set we need in all school districts across the US. http://video.foxnews.com/v/1726433705001/learning-by-doing
Science and Engineering: a perspective on distinct disciplines
Scientists follow a procedure called the scientific method. The scientific method is the foundation of the hypothesis-driven inquiry based discipline that is science.
Engineering is not a hypothesis-driven inquiry based discipline. An engineer is guided by practical challenges and demands posed to them from various sectors...
To read more from Dr. Barrowman
The true story about the hard copy journal. We are probably not going to send one out by mail at anytime in the near future unless a whole bunch of things happen. The two big issues are the cost and the lack of articles. We currently have one article ready to go. If technology and engineering education is going to thrive and play a larger and more important role in education and ultimately in the employment of graduates in the high tech global economy, all of us must make our contributions to our professional associations.
Green technologies at work in school based competition projects.